Ἡ Καινη Διαθηκη. The Greek Testament, with English notes, grammatical, scholastic, and elementary: especially formed for the use of schools ... By the Rev. S. T. Bloomfield

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Samuel Thomas BLOOMFIELD
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Página 212 - Say not in thine heart, Who shall ascend into heaven ? (that is, to bring Christ down from above ;) or, Who shall descend into the deep? (that is, to bring up Christ again from the dead.) But what saith it ? The word is nigh thee, even in thy mouth, and in thy heart : that is, the word of faith which we preach...
Página 417 - But what I do, I will also continue to do, that I may cut off the opportunity from those who desire an opportunity to be regarded just as we are in the things of which they boast.
Página 404 - for how many soever be the promises of God, in Him (Christ) is the Yea...
Página 69 - Gentiles) embracing three particulars, /ш^тсиш;, /Ja-rrTÍ^eiv, and otcaffKeiVi ie 1. to disciple them, or convert them to the faith ; 2. to initiate them into the Church by baptism ; 3. to instruct them when baptized, in the doctrines and duties of a Christian life. From the present passage we may infer three things, 1.
Página 389 - Accordingly the argument is this : that as, throughout tlie works of the whole creation, whether earthly or heavenly, animate or inanimate, a great difference subsists between the bodies of one class, as compared with those of another class ; — and even those of the same class, differing widely — such (v. 42.) will be the case here ; so will be the difference, at the resurrection, between the bodies which shall arise, as compared with those that were committed to the earth.
Página 328 - That though the essential doctrines and precepts of Christianity are to be found in the Gospels, yet a fuller and clearer statement of them was necessary, considering the altered state of things to that which existed during our Saviour's life-time ; and especially after the uprise of serious corruptions and dangerous errors, originating partly in misconception, but which required to be checked by a more explicit, and yet equally authoritative revelation. Now this was done by St. Paul and the other...
Página 187 - Of the usage in question the ground is sufficiently obvious. The article here, as elsewhere, marks the assumption of its predicate ; and the strict meaning of the publican's prayer is : Have mercy on me, who am confessedly a sinner ; or, seeing that I am a sinner, have mercy on me.

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